Monthly Archives: February 2021

Final curtain in Adelaide

The Hunt brothers followed up their success in the hurdles on Friday by both qualifying for their 400m finals onDay 2 of the South Australian Championships in Adelaide. James Hunt finished fourth in his heat to go through to the … Continue reading

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James is off to nationals

James Hunt is off to the national championships in Sydney in April after winning the South Australian under 20 years men’s 400m hurdles title in Adelaide on Friday evening. James took the gold medal in national qualifying time making him … Continue reading

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Dave fastest on the day

Dave Turner ran the fastest 100m of the day when he took out the 40+ years men’s event at Northern Zone competition at Rotary Field on Saturday. Janet Naylon won the women’s 50+ years long jump and was third in … Continue reading

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Maya to show she’s no bush bunny

Maya Piras will contest the under 20 years women’s 100m hurdles at the NSW Country athletics championships a Mingara on the weekend. The Dubbo athlete, who does her hurdles training with the Ron Bendall squad, will also cntest the 100m … Continue reading

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Bound for South Australia

James and Mathew Hunt will contest this week’s South Australian athletics championships in Adelaide. James will run in the under 20 years men’s 400m hurdles and 400m while Mathew will run in the under 16 years 200m hurdles and 400m.

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Hunters and collectors

Matthew Hunt took three seconds off his personal best time in finishing second behind training partner Joey Dennis in his heat of the open men’s 400m at Illawong on Saturday. And Matthew’s older brother James Hunt also excelled, finishing second … Continue reading

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Maria sets national record

At the NSW Masters Championships, Ron Bendall squad athletes: Set a national record; Won four gold medals; Won 10 silver medals; And won four bronze medals. Maria Cimino set the national record when she ran an outstanding first leg to … Continue reading

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Mighty Monique does it again

Monique Perry made her second semi final on Day 3 of the ACT Championships at the Australian Institute of Sport. She followed up her semi final appearance in the 100m by qualifying for the second round of the open women’s … Continue reading

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Age does not weary them

The medals kept rolling in for Ron Bendall squad members on Day 2 of the NSW Masters Championships at Campbelltown. Janet Naylon (women’s 50+ years category) won the 300m hurdles despite a strong headwind in the home straight, was second … Continue reading

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Monique turns back time

Competing against Australia’s fastest sprinters, Monique Perry defied her 46 years to run the fastest time of her Masters athletics career and qualify for the semi finals of the open women’s 100m on Day 2 of the ACT Championships at … Continue reading

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